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building. >> julie: see you in an hour on >> chris: i'm chris wallace. the u.s. closes its embassy in yemen. that story next on "fox news sunday." the obama administration tries to plug the holes in the security system that allowed a would-be bomber onboard a us airliner. with americans asking are we safe, what can be done to prevent future attacks? we will get the latest from john brennan, assistant to the president for homeland security and kit bond. plus our sunday panel looks ahead to the new year in politics, the economy, sports and entertainment. all right now on "fox news sunday." >> chris: hello again and happy new year from fox news in washington. citing ongoing threats, the u.s. government today closed its embassy in yemen. meanwhile, the president and top advisors are reviewing what mr. obama calls the systemic failures that allow a would-be bomber onboard that plane christmas day. we are joined by the white house official leading that review. john brennan, assistant to the president for homeland security and counter terrorism. welcome to "fox news sunday." >> as we said the u.s.
>> chris: i'm chris wallace. the u.s. closes its embassy in yemen. that story next on "fox news sunday." the obama administration tries to plug the holes in the security system that allowed a would-be bomber onboard a us airliner. with americans asking are we safe, what can be done to prevent future attacks? we will get the latest from john brennan, assistant to the president for homeland security and kit bond. plus our sunday panel looks ahead to the new year in politics, the economy, sports and entertainment. all right now on "fox news sunday." >> chris: hello again and happy new year from fox news in washington. citing ongoing threats, the u.s. government today closed its embassy in yemen. meanwhile, the president and top advisors are reviewing what mr. obama calls the systemic failures that allow a would-be bomber onboard that plane christmas day. we are joined by the white house official leading that review. john brennan, assistant to the president for homeland security and counter terrorism. welcome to "fox news sunday." >> as we said the u.s. today closed our embassy in y
as far as trying to catch the guys that really want to blow us up. >> and there goes back too christmas day and a guy who is handing on an airplane in the detroit area apparently trying to blow up a bomb in his underwear and ever since then the transportation people, the homeland security people kind of ramped things up from them and this past week weekend we will tell you the big mess going on in newark. the administration sent out one of the top terrorism guys to do some spinning. we had janet napolitano who said the system worked and then the next day she walked it back, it didn't work. john brennan was in the hot seat yesterday. >> and he wanted to explain how listen, wele find out what happened but there really wasn't any one thing that would have told us this was going to happen on december 25th so the fact that he bought the tick with cash and the fact that he had no luggage and might not have had a pass part and the fact this guy's father turned him in. all the elements together still didn't point them to the magic word. listen. there was no smoking gun. there was no p
the nation's capital starts right now. we begin with the closing of the u.s. and british embassies in yemen. this is a result of threats by al-qaeda in that region. officials say al-qaeda and others are still plotting against american interests. malini wilkes is joining us now with the latest developments. she has been following them in washington. hi. >> hi. both the u.s. and british closed their embassies in yemen because of the al-qaeda threat. white house counterterror advisor john brennan says he is not going to take chances with the lives of diplomats and he says the yemeni government is providing support. brennan is heading the white house review of the attack on the detroit-bound plane. he told "fox news sunday" u.s. intelligence failed to connect the dots. he says there was no smoking gun, no definitive intelligence that was ignored and no sign that agencies refuse to cooperate with each other. >> in the review so far, there is no indication whatsoever that any agency or department was not trying to share information. there were some lapses, there were some human errors, there were
. tonight, time is running out. >> who is going to help us, already? we can't do nothing. >> julie: day five of what can only be described as hell on earth for people of haiti. the ground is still shaking. today, rescue and relief efforts disrupted by a powerful 4.5 magnitude aftershock. this coming as the most senior person to date from the obama administration arrived in the ravaged capital. secretary of state hillary clinton touching down at the airport in port-au-prince, aboard a giant c-130 airplane. she brought with her hundreds of cases of fresh water and food for 140 u.s. embassy people. and we've just gotten word the body of the united nations mission chief in haiti has been found among the rubble. despite the dire situation, there are some miracles providing hope. 16-month-old baby named winnie pulled from the rubble with the help of a man working for a tv crew. >> she's the hero, because she fought for three days, like i said. she's still alive. the man up there, it was a great experience. the man up there is the one that actually saved her, not me. >> julie: winnie, dehydrated, b
aircraft, also of american denomination. no u.s. casualties have been reported, most of the casualty the -- casualties, lebanese, ethiopian, most on board, lebanese, ethiopian, one canadian, 2brits, i'm told on background there are dual nationals in beirut, that is individuals carrying a lebanese and american passport and american officials are still not ruling out the possibility there could be american casualties involved, gregg. gregg: we do have live pictures of the hospital nearby where some people hope to have been taken were there to be any survivors but greg any speculation on what caused this crash? >> reporter: what's it it is, speculation. we are told it was very bad weather overnight, a lot of thunderstorms and the bad weather is a reason being looked at for the crash. lebanese officials are ruling out right now terror or sabotage. -- sabotage, a just cial can't confirm or deny that. flames were coming from the plane shortly after it went down off the coast of lebanon. cit is the aircraft leasing company which actually, ethiopian airports was using, a new york-based firm
. >> gregg: molly henneberg is live in washington. molly, president says the u.s. has had its eye on al-qaeda in yiyz for a while. >> molly: yes, in the broader arabian peninsula, president said they have gone on the attack previously. take a listen. >> in recent years they bombed yemeni places. i have ordered to strengthen our with the yemeni government and working them to strike al-qaeda terrorists. >> molly: yemen in response as you were saying, has sent hundreds of troops to two mountainous eastern provinces where the government has little control to try to root out the terrorists there. >> gregg: the president has used the phrase war on terror only once before since taking office. does he use it to industry describe it for the failed bombing plot? >> not war on terror. obama administration doesn't like that phrase used frequently during the bush administration. he describes the plot, as an attempted act of terrorism. he has made it clear that the u.s. is at war against, quote a far-reaching of violence and hatred and the u.s. will do whatever it takes to defeat them. he has used th
. >> why not treat them as an enemy combatant? use the interrogation techniques and try to get more information? >> we'll have is a number of reports on america's security in the age of obama. >> be a great example to the world. >> brit hume weighing in on the tiger woods fiasco with some religious advice. mr. hume will be here. >> bernie goldberg has been watching diane sawyer's anchor debut and the new team at "good morning america." bernie has some thoughts. >> caution, you are about to enter the no spin zone. the factor begins right now. >>> hi, i'm bill o'reilley. thanks for watching the first factor of the new decade. happy new year. hope you had a nice break. unfortunately we're back to reality and it's not pretty. america's national security is the subject of this evening's talking points memo. president obama's christmas could not have been calm after that loan from nigeria tried to blow up a northwest jet liner as it approached detroit. because the obama administration changed so many bush anti-terror policies, any terrorist activity will engender controversy. the presiden
you have to ask yourself why wouldn't they just tell us the truth? i think you are going to freak out. tomorrow, i tell you the truth on how bad the situation really is and how the economy works. from new york, good night, america. >> bret: next on "special report" -- the president says the system has failed. and he wants it fixed. following the attempt to blow up an american jet. the specifics and the fall-out coming up. we'll look at what went wrong. the changing administration rhetoric. and how a radical cleric fits in. our healthcare reform series continues with a look at what mandated coverage will cost you. and what happened to the president's promise of transparency? and u.s. efforts to put the economic squeeze on iran are dealt a may a juhljor set-back. all this plus the fox all-stars right here, right now. ♪ ♪ >> bret: welcome to washington. i'm bret baier. not good enough. that's the message the national security community got today from president obama. following what he referred to as a screw-up. allowing a man to try to blow up an american airliner on christmas da
you that a little later on. the whole spectrum of the u.s. senate will change because republican scott brown meets with his new colleagues on the hill. joining us from washington right now is caroline schively has she often does every morning. we match today. >> we do. good planning, gretchen. quick in and out for senator-elect brown in washington today. he has to get back to boston to watch his daughter's basketball game tonight. first major impact of his election is being felt in washington. president obama told abc last night he might be willing to scale back his health care proposal to get some republican support. brown's campaign has sent a formal request to massachusetts secretary of state to certify his election before absentee ballots are counted so he can be seated as quickly as possible. >> i can't tell you how proud i am to be here standing before you all and being -- having an opportunity to maybe send the country in a different and better direction. that's my goal. >> brown arrives to the capital mid morning to visit with a few senators. first with john mccain and then
was a part of the federal reserve board. and then chairman of it when the economic crisis hit us and devastated us financially and economically. he did not warn against that. >> scott brown's upset win tuesday for ted kennedy's senate seat in massachusetts isn't helping bernanke. brown rode a wave of populist anger opposing bank bail-outs along with healthcare reform. votes count more in this fight. critics plan to filibuster. it will take 60 votes to break it. senate sources say that as of today, bernanke still appeared to have more than 60 yes votes. >> he did do a very, very good job during the rescue efforts. which could have led, if they didn't happen, to the great depression. so i'm supportive of bernanke but will continue to be a strong critic of the fed in areas where i disagree. >> now supporters believe that at the end of the day, bernanke will be reconfirmed, because if not, it could rock financial markets by creating new uncertainty. that is one reason why one democrat mary landrieu of louisiana, announced late this afternoon, she will support his renomination. bret?
will be touring businesses, holding a town hall meeting. let's get to caroline shaifly at the white house for us. caroline, important to note, president's message in ohio today is about jobs. it is not about health care. >> reporter: exactly right, jane, the white house really seems to be trying to pivot off of health care and on to the economy. they want to leave health care behind because they've gotten so much bad news recently, losing the senate race up in massachusetts. also, nancy pelosi saying look, the house is not going to pass this senate bill. the president is going -- has been reading the polls, he knows what americans are focused on now and that is jobs. that is certainly what folks in ohio want to hear and across the country, how are jobs going to be making a difference now. jane: is there a reason they chose ohio? >> reporter: ohio is an interesting choice. you spoke about the unemployment nuts, ten-point # percent in december, that's a in your opinion from november when they were at 10.6%, it is going to be maybe a tough sell, talking northern ohio outside of cleveland, out of wo
we're closing down shop. thanks for being with us tonight. we'll see you again tomorrow. good night from washington. come blog with us. >> tonight... the new year not starting well for the obama administration. most americans want the military to handle the latest captured terrorists. >> why not treat them as enemy combatant? try to get more information out of them? >> we'll have a number of reports on american security in the age of obama. >> my message to tiger would be tiger go to the chri chris -- christian faith. >> brit hume with religious advice. mr. hume will be here. >> good evening, it's so good to be here with you tonight. 50 and bernie goldberg has been watching diane sawyer's anchor debut. and the new team at good morning america, bernie has thoughts. >> caution. you are about to enter the no spin zone. the factor begins right now. >> hi, i'm bill o'reilly. thanks for watching the first factor of the new decade. happy new year, hope you had a nights break. now, unfortunately we're back to reality and it's not pretty. america's national security is the subject of the tal
the country. they boarded on board a c-17 u.s. air force cargo plane, headed on out of here at 11:17 last night with 54 haitian orphans on their way to florida. the very first plane load of orphans that have left here since this began. guys? >> all right. orlando salinas posted at the airport where it is loud and orly is starting to lose his voice again. great report. good news that ed rendell was able to get those kids out. >> that's fantastic. three minutes after the top of the hour. take a look at the polls this morning as the whole nation focuses on massachusetts. a true blue state usually democrats get whatever they want. it's usually decided when they pick a candidate. well, it's not happening as we've been chronicling for about the last three weeks. martha coakley, the favorite. you have scott brown, the upstart and right now, let's take a look at the three major polls at this hour and scott brown is poised to possibly pull off a massive upset. he's up 52%, 43% according to politico. that's yesterday. meanwhile, the other poll we want to share with you is also a similar result. th
'reilly. thanks for watching us tonight. another $100 million of american tax money heading to haiti. that is the subject of this evening's talking points memo. world is cringing looking at pictures like these caused by that terrible earthquake in haiti. no one knows for sure but the death toll could top 100,000. right now lives are in the balance as there are folks alive in the rubble. already, thousands of american military are going to haiti, trying to save lives and impose some kind of order there. today, president obama pledged an enormous amount of money. >> i'm also announcing an iminvestment of $100 million to support our relief efforts. this will mean more of the life-saving equipment food water and medicine that will be needed. this investment will grow over the coming year as we embark on the long-term recovery from this unimaginable tragedy. >> bill: since 1992, the beginning of the clinton administration the u.s.a. has given haiti close to $3 billion in assistance and billions more have been donated by other countries. president clinton took a personal interest in improv
of transparency? and u.s. efforts to put the economic squeeze on iran are dealt a may a juhljor set-back. all this plus the fox all-stars right here, right now. ♪ ♪ >> bret: welcome to washington. i'm bret baier. not good enough. that's the message the national security community got today from president obama. following what he referred to as a screw-up. allowing a man to try to blow up an american airliner on christmas day. senior white house correspondent major garrett reports on the president getting tough with his team. >> reporter: president obama delivered a harsh grade and gave agencies on the front line battling terror stern new instructions. >> time and again we learned quickly piecing together information and taking swift action is critical to saying one step ahead of nimble adversary so we have to do better. and we will do better. we have to do it quickly. american lives are on the line. >> reporter: mr. obama met for two hours with the anti-terror team and though he promised accountability, no heads rolled. he said the problem wasn't the information on bombing suspect umar fa
slogan comes to us from bobby in illinois. he says "i'm a "fox & friends" junkie, my friends and family are aware or come over until "fox & friends" is off the air." that's great. >> see you at 9:00. >> welcome aboard, folks! we've got a jam packed day starting right now live on fox news. 15 hours from now, the president is going to go and tell us the state of our nation. >> he is. it's called the state of the union and his main focus is going to be the economy. caroline schively joins us now from washington. i have a sneaking suspicion he had a different speech written eight days or so ago. now it's switched to touting the economy. >> you're right, gretchen. it's still switching. as of last night, the president was still rewriting his state of the union speech mainly by hand. he hadn't done a run through or rehearsal yet. today he plans to do at least one or not two. before a big speech, the white house distributes talking points to their allies so they can pump up the administration's accomplishments. here's what the white house has handed out this year. one that governme
under the rubble. this as u.s. troops and other relief groups continue to hand out food and supplies to the desperate survivors but the u.n. world food program says aid isn't getting out as fast as it is needed. the white house is trying to confirm the authenticity of a new osama bin laden audio tape. on this tape, bin laden directly addresses president obama and takes credit for the failed christmas day bombing attempt of northwest flight 253. but u.s. officials say there was no indication that bin laden had anything to do with that plot. white house press secretary robert gibbs talked about it on "fox news sunday." >> i think everybody in this world understands that this is somebody that has to pop up in our lives over an audio tape because he's nothing but a cowardly murderous thug and terrorist that will some day hopefully soon be brought to justice. >> bin laden also warns of new attacks on that same tape. president obama is giving his state of the union address this week, wednesday night. but first he's meeting with the middle class task force tomorrow about that speech. t
bill: thank goodness the roads are safe now, aren't they? we have that going for us! which ain't bad. see you tomorrow. martha: see you tomorrow, everybody. >> good morning i'm jane skinner along with jon scott, happening now, the taliban says it is behind an attack near a u.s. military base in afghanistan. a militant in a mini-bus has blown himself up outside camp phoenix in kabul. bill: and a man is arrested in a new jersey hotel, he was armed to the teeth wearing a bulletproof vest an carrying a map of a u.s. military base and wait until you hear what else they found. >> also security at are borders is making it harder for illegals to sneak into this country on foot but now, they are getting creative. what route the traffickers are using, to get their human cargo into our country and how can we stop it? >> we begin with your money... president obama is showing concern about the nation's rising mountain of debt. the latest estimate from the congressional budget office, is just in this morning, and it is pretty sobering. it pegs this year's budget deficit at $1.3 trillion. now
that this thing was a bolshevik attack. >> the freshman republican who put president obama to the test joins us live. >> remember obama girl? who can forget. ♪ ♪ i can fry for obama. >> and just let it roll for a while. there is no reason to doll the video. she's losing her crush on the president. find out why. she will be here later. coffees and doughnuts . whether i will sitting in the share or cot i tune in weekend "fox and friends" and i like it a lot. i like it a lot. >> its "fox and friends". >> hey, good morning, everybody. thanks for joining us. we have i lot to talk b. very interesting what happened in baltimore with the president. >> did you like it like i loved it? >> what was to love. no prompter or script and it was totally off of the cuff. it was a candid view of how the republicans and president. >> what we need more of in this process if we are moving forward and bipartisanship. what a show it was. >> republicans put president obama to the test after a gop retreat in baltimore. they do this annually but what happened yesterday was unprecedented and one freshman congressman f
of different outfits, but settled on this one. >> so it's a big morning for us, a lot of news to could have, get to some of the headlines. >> i do have those for you. here is an unbelievable story. he with as trapped for so long in the rubble, he completely lost track of time. as you can imagine. with you after 11 days of eating cookies and drinking beer, a man is foundsy life and he is just fine. joining us now from port-au-prince, haiti, is brian wilson. tell us about this remarkable rescue after imagine workers had been told the rescue efforts were off. >> yeah, let me tell you about it. the luckiest man on the planet today is a man by the name of wissman, apparently 23 years old. he worked in a fruit market underneath a hotel, and when it collapsed he scrambled under his desk, apparently. yesterday one of his brothers was walking by the rubble of what was once that hotel and fruit market and he heard his brother's voice. he ran by, he got some greek rescue workers, he got some americans, some french people came to the scene and he wasn't all that deep. about 16 feet and it wasn't a lot
, map of the u.s. military base. we're working for more on that story and we'll get awe bit more on that. in the meantime, let's start this morning, awaiting a new report on the federal budget from the number crunchers in washington, we've been track ago rising tide of red ink that leaves the total national debt today at $12,000,465,487,917.34. martha: don't forget the 34 cents. bill: i would not. martha: somebody is counting those pennies closely. bill: it's growing. good morning, i'm bill hemmer, welcome to nerk's -- to "america's newsroom". martha: i'm martha maccallum, the cbo report on budget estimates for the decade coming in and as washington continues to bleed red ink the report is expected to name the fiscal debate on capitol hill this coming year, and this will be a very big focus of that. rich edison is joining us from the fox business network. so, gee, you know, i mean, rich, you take a look at that number, how bad do we expect them to get from here? >> reporter: martha, they'll be ugly and analysts expect the federal government to continue running these deficits in the futur
>> that's for the cost of freedom blog. thank you for joining us. stay tuned, have a great weekend. see you soon. >> the obama administration decide that trying 9/11 terror suspects in new york city was perhaps not a good idea after all. where will the trials be moved? from the nation's capital to the deep south, up to a foot of snow, sleet and ice, very raw winter weather is the story this morning. a weather update is a few minutes away. there's little doubt that the tea party movement had aim pact on american politicses. are the activists now squabbling among themselves. brian wilson, news headquarters live from the nation's capital starts right now. this is a fox news alert after massive resistance from new york officials, the obama administration may be changing their tune about how to try the alleged plotters of the 9/11 attacks. reports are surfacing they may abandon their plans to try the suspects, including the professed master mind in manhattan. molly henneberg is following this story from the nation's capital, hello molly. >> hi, brian, where trials might be is not clear
will have the bottom line. and the u.s. government is after an american citizen working for al qaeda. but can we legally kill this guy? is it legal has been investigating. caution, you are about to enter the no spin zone. the factor begins right now. >> bill: hi, i'm bill o'reilly. thank you for watching us tonight. president obama moves to the right. that is the subject of this evening's talking points memo. as we predicted the president is feeling major heat and has begun to change his tone. last night he announced he wants to freeze discretionary spending for three years, that, of course, is a good thing. any restraint on government spending will help the economy. but both conservatives and liberals are hammering mr. obama over the issue. left-wing zealots don't want any limits on spending. they want social justice. that means they want big money given to less affluent americans through a variety of programs. fervent right-wingers don't like president obama so whatever he does will be criticized in those precincts. talking points rejects all kool-aid drinking and wants the best fo
you again. what can you tell us about this unbelievable rescue of this man that we heard pulled from the rubble today after 11 days? >> reporter: it is an incredible story. as we understand it, someone was walking by this marketplace, they heard a knocking sound. they thought there might be someone buried in shallow rubble. the u.s. and french teams were nearby. they were rushed to the scene and in a few minute, they were able to pull the man out. some say he's 23, others say he's 32. he's one lucky man. we talked, fox news talked to a french official there who says that indeed, he will be okay. there is no problem. they believe that he's going to be checked out at a hospital and in a few days, he will return, unbelievably to a normal life after being buried in a rubble of a market for 11 days. that is one of the good stories here. >> it begs the question, brian, on the day when authorities have called off the search and rescue and switched to full recovery, perhaps are they doing this a bit too early? >> reporter: well, it's a hard call. you have to wonder, how many people might sti
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: meantime the unemployment rate in lorraine county, ohio is 9.5%. in the u.s. as a whole jobless numbers rose throughout last year. in january of last year it was 7.7%. eric of the fox business network joins us live. now we are talking about the president will call this stimulus two. stimulus one. it didn't work all that way. >> reporter: may have been the best original stimulus. we do this all the time. this is the government's website. here are the numbers. 640,000 jobs created. this is it. 413,693 for jobs. this is what happens. this is what happens when you let government get involved in creating jobs. if you want to put another 170 billion. trace: creating government jobs. they need to create other jobs. all these jobs that are created by the stimulus, they are creating mostly government jobs. the critics will say they need to create private-sector jobs. >> reporter: a lot of waste and fraud with the whole process. look at this. we don't need more money. still $522 billion of unspent money from recovery stimulus. plenty of money. we just don't know how to create a job that last. the
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